Re: csharp

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by jamm, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. jamm

    jamm Guest

    > C Sharp "sucks". The proof is that MS keeps replacing it with new
    versions.
    > How long did 1.0 last? Less than 2 years? MS has billions to spend on

    their
    > strategies of market control and dominance without even worrying about
    > profit. OS and app sales fund their developer technologies. Do you like
    > being on the never ending MS learning cycle? I use C# professionally and I
    > don't like it.
    >
    > Ohh now we have covariance and contravariance!! Lets all get sexually
    > aroused and blog about it! C# 4!!!
    >
    > Remember the Windows 2000 era? Win32 programs just POPPED onto the screen,
    > lightning fast redraws.
    >
    > But to this day I can spot a .Net application by its sluggish drawing.

    Aero
    > glass now hides this somewhat. Sneaky.
    >
    > I'm sure you can come up with some C# algo. that performs super fast. We
    > should not be surprised by this should we? C# doesn't magically run on a
    > different processor or something. Like C, its all machine language in the
    > end.
    >

    --
    *From the 1966 TV series:*
    Robin: You can't get away from Batman that easy!
    Batman: Easily.
    Robin: Easily.
    Batman: Good grammar is essential, Robin.
     
    jamm, Feb 4, 2010
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  2. On 4 Feb, 04:25, jamm <> wrote:
    > > C Sharp "sucks". The proof is that MS keeps replacing it with new

    > versions.
    > > How long did 1.0 last? Less than 2 years? MS has billions to spend on

    > their
    > > strategies of market control and dominance without even worrying about
    > > profit. OS and app sales fund their developer technologies. Do you like
    > > being on the never ending MS learning cycle? I use C# professionally and I
    > > don't like it.

    >
    > > Ohh now we have covariance and contravariance!! Lets all get sexually
    > > aroused and blog about it! C# 4!!!

    >
    > > Remember the Windows 2000 era? Win32 programs just POPPED onto the screen,
    > > lightning fast redraws.

    >
    > > But to this day I can spot a .Net application by its sluggish drawing.

    > Aero
    > > glass now hides this somewhat. Sneaky.

    >
    > > I'm sure you can come up with some C# algo. that performs super fast. We
    > > should not be surprised by this should we? C# doesn't magically run on a
    > > different processor or something. Like C, its all machine language in the
    > > end.


    doesn't the last paragraph contradict the rest? Why can't C hash be
    compiled to something just as efficient as C?
     
    Nick Keighley, Feb 4, 2010
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